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Palacio de Jabalquinto, Baeza

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  • Re-fuel at Baeza (province. of Jaén). The architecture of this emblematic palace dating back to the end of the 15th century is isabelline Gothic style, and on its facade Mudejar influences are also appreciated. It is beautiful both outside and inside. Inside are the Renaissance double arcade courtyard and the beautiful baroque staircase. Today its facilities are part of the Universidad Internacional de Andalucía.
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  • I went to visit him with my partner this weekend, I have to admit that the outside is better than the interior. But is nice, if pass by baeza ought visit him.
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  • The façade is worth stopping to look at it, listen to the story of its construction and subsequent delivery to the Church and therefore the originality that represents. The patio is beautiful and the staircase a wonder, where is to be photographed. Visit mandatory, very nice Palace.
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  • . Amazing! Like a lot of the rest of the town, this Renaissance-style palace has somehow managed to survive the vicissitudes of the centuries to present this beautiful face today. It has obviously been modernised and restored, as it now has electric lights, central heating and modern plumbing, all unknown when it was built, of course! But it has been done so sympathetically that it does not intrude on the original splendour. You must go inside - it's a university college but just walk straight in - and see the cloister. You can sit there a while and ponder, read a book. Preferably not eat a sandwich - it is a place of learning and not a picnic place! Take photos - it's gorgeous inside and out. .
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  • Alatriste series was filmed in their yards and outbuildings. Your visit is worthwhile. It is free and is open morning and afternoon. I visited him in may 2015.
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  • spectacular really nice I am glad to have discovered it is worth visiting it
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  • Beautifully restored Palace, of Renaissance style, used as one of the headquarters of the International University of Andalusia (UNIA). Is located in the Plaza of Santa Cruz in Baeza (Jaén, Spain), with an ancient and simple Romanesque church of the same name as the square. The Palacio de Jabalquinto tends to be open during the week so that people can come to see their collected but lovely courtyard and often allow you to sit on the banks located in the courtyard, to admire the building and its careful restoration. I must take a picture inside the courtyard, but especially outside, opposite the façade.
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